Unlike a bumbling private investigator who starts reading the newspaper he’s hiding behind, unwanted weight can be difficult to lose. Unburden yourself with this Groupon.
$39 for Men’s Wellness and Testosterone Test ($99 Value)
- Blood test to measure total testosterone levels
- Follow-up phone call with results from Dr. Habib Dalhoumi
- Informative materials on how testosterone can impact energy levels, weight, sex drive, and bone density
- Valid for men 35 and older<p>
Some research indicates that average testosterone levels in men decrease 1-2% every year after the age of 30. With the hormone reported to impact 400-plus functions in the human body, Habib Dalhoumi, MD understands that optimizing its levels is crucial for well being.<p>
Maintaining healthy levels of testosterone in the body may increase bone density, relieve anxiety and depression, bolster libido, and boost muscle mass while decreasing fatty tissue. Some studies indicate that in addition to protecting the heart, brain, and restoring memory, it may relieve chronic aches and pains, lower blood sugar to help control diabetes, restore sleep patterns, and reduce wrinkles. It may also improve effects caused by multiple sclerosis and Parkinson’s disease.<p>
Allow for 2-3 days for follow up after blood draw.<p>
*What services does your business offer and what makes your business stand out from the competition? * Inspire Wellness was created to bring an innovative and exciting approach to functional medicine and your well being. Offering hormone balancing and optimization, weight management, nutritional support, fitness expertise and non-surgical beauty techniques.
*What was the inspiration to start or run this business? * Dr. Dalhoumi opened Inspire Wellness “After practicing a great deal of my career in acute care I came to realize that I was only making a moment’s difference in a person’s life of disease. Life is a gift and we must empower ourselves to strive for something greater. Our potential is truly limitless. It is with great fulfillment and honor that I might be a part of that evolutionary process”.